This is a very strange Turkish film from 1973. It's sourced from a poor condition VHS tape, so it suffers from the same preservation issues as most all vintage Turkish films. It's recommended for people with an interest in cult cinema and/or old Turkish films. The plot: Super villain "Mad Girl", who's dressed in a red Vampira suit, is trying to take over the world. She works for another villain, who's dressed all in red and wears a dime store devil mask. Aiding her in her attempt at world domination is a band of men in green satin Klansman's robes. She also has a robot made out of cardboard boxes. The robot is equipped with a death ray, which causes victims to disappear in a puff of smoke. Battling her are the "3 Supermen", scrawny guys who wear ill-fitting bullet proof red suits with an "S" on the front. For the better part of an hour the two sides battle each other in a series of spectacular fights. I don't really understand it, but it's entertaining.
July 4, 2012 Subject:
All kinds of strange and entertaining things happen in this movie. Right out of the box, the henchmen's green Klansman outfits and Mad Girl's pink leotard and Catwoman glasses make it clear this is going to be a wild ride. Satan's dime store devil mask is a hoot. One of the three Supermen has a peeping tom scene using a small telescope. The chopy-socky music during the Supermen's karate practice session is another highlight. Partly because of the lack of subtitles and the extensive VHS damage, this feels more like a hallucination than a regular movie with a plot. Worth a watch.
July 2, 2012 Subject:
Cilgin kiz ve uc super movie
Pass the crackers for this wonderful vintage piece of Cheese!
July 2, 2012 Subject:
Karate and a robot!
What can I tell you! Roger Corman on steroids! Elvira would have killed for this on her features. Don't worry about the lanquage. I watched the whole film without sound and always knew what was happening and going to happen. Those three scrawny, clumsy guys in red tights, set a new standard for superheroes. Too bad the film is in such poor shape which is why I gave it only 4 stars. I loved it! More please!